JustGoods fair trade market, 201 Seventh Street, hosts a special showing of artwork, posters, flyers and promotional material created over the 45 year span of the music establishment known as Charlotte’s Web. Once housed on First Avenue in a former church building, the “Web” was a focal point for music and culture during the late seventies into the ninety’s. Art Sale in the JustGoods Fair Trade Store Gallery, 201 Seventh Street, Rockford. Any proceeds from the Art Sale will benefit Rockford Urban Ministries, an outreach of 25 area congregations working in the city. Original artwork, posters, flyers, publicity photos of the musicians, t-shirts and even the doors which once grace the upstairs listening room are on display, and most are for sale. The Charlotte’s Web retrospective is open during JustGoods store hours: Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm, or by private appointment by calling 815-964-7111. Art is donated by local artists and craftspeople as well as by supporters of Rockford Urban Ministries, and donations are accepted anytime, and are tax deductible. Original artwork is on display by local artists John Raymond Berry, John Guger, as well as posters and flyers from the time period of the Web All proceeds from the Sale benefit Rockford Urban Ministries and its partner projects. RUM’s latest project is hosting a summer work camp for large groups of volunteers to work on indigent peoples’ homes.